If Google loses its planned appeal to the European Union's $5 billion fine, it might need to unbundle some of its services on new phones sold there. And that could chip away at its dominance in the operating-system race.
Legislation in the House and Senate is aiming at expanding enrollment in 401(k) plans by juicing incentives for employers and workers to participate.
Former Treasury secretaries Henry Paulson and Timothy Geithner and former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said they hope to use the 10-year anniversary of the Great Recession to force a public debate about how to prevent another crisis from ravaging the economy.
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In this flight, it tested an emergency escape system designed to rescue passengers in the case of an emergency.
The company says its concept vehicle will sport six electric props and feature wings that rotate 90 degrees to enable vertical takeoff and landing.

"The approach that we’ve taken to false news is not to say, you can’t say something wrong on the internet," Zuckerberg said.

Efforts in the House and Senate would expand access to 401(k) plans for workers.

European regulators ordered changes that could affect which Google-owned apps appear on smartphones and tablets running its Android mobile operating system.

What Google's fine could mean for consumers

Musk faced intense backlash after attacking British diver Vernon Unsworth on Twitter.

Open offices are supposed to spark conversation. This study shows they lead to more email -- and people avoiding each other.

D.C. “socialite” Susanna Quinn announced this week that she sold her on-demand beauty app Veluxe to Glamsquad.

“We’re fighting against our own country,” one Missouri worker said.

In the flight, Jeffrey P. Bezos's company tested an emergency escape system designed to rescue passengers in the case of an emergency.

Employers appear to be doing whatever they can, whether it's forcing noncompete agreements onto workers or entering non-poaching agreements themselves, to try to maintain their bargaining power in the face of lower unemployment.

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The economy is doing well, but Trump keeps hyping numbers that oversell it.

“This is the same kinds of thing we were seeing in 2005 and 2006.”

Others argue that demand for larger houses will stay strong as overall population grows.

TOWN SQUARE | In 1990, 19.7 percent of young adults ages 25 to 34 lived with relatives or roommates, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). In 2016, that number reached 33.8 percent.

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Netflix's announcement of a subscriber slowdown doesn't just raise concerns about the current financial quarter: it casts a headlight on a slew of potential problems down the road

Facebook, Google and Twitter on Tuesday sought to defend themselves against accusations from Republican lawmakers that the tech giants censor conservative news and views during a congressional hearing that devolved into a political sniping match.

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome H. Powell expressed optimism wages would soon increase for U.S. workers.

Facebook’s AI researchers will learn “how the world works by observation, like young children do in the first few months of life.”

Netflix subscriber growth slowed in the second quarter, touching off fears that it might not be able to head off new rivals.

The Goldman CEO announced his retirement effective Sept. 30.

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